railway car

NOUN
  1. a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad
    three cars had jumped the rails
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How To Use railway car In A Sentence

  • This was more like it: two old railway carriages linked by a middle room, a rudimentary kitchen and bathroom and a skinny sun room along the back. Times, Sunday Times
  • Smokers and nonsmokers can not be equally free in the same railway carriage
  • He had cockered himself up with some vain idea that the railway carriage would be a good place for the declaration of his purpose, or perhaps the sands at Lowestoft. The Way We Live Now
  • But I am old-fashioned enough to dislike hearing it flung about in railway carriages by mixed school parties.
  • Standing clear of the cluster of converted railway carriages and huts that line the shingle shore, the tower has four storeys and two bedrooms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nevertheless, according to The New York Times, the Japanese twice tried to kill Willkie—once when they machine-gunned a railway carriage and a second time when he and his party were riding a handcar. The Last Empress
  • Tare weight is often published upon the sides of railway cars to facilitate the computation of the load carried.
  • Dad converted two railway carriages into a house. Times, Sunday Times
  • I fill my mind with whatever happens to be the contents of a room or a railway carriage as one fills a fountain-pen in an inkpot. Archive 2009-04-01
  • They now hope to combine their anniversary celebrations either with the steam weekends starting in May or the Railway Carnival.
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